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The Best of Inspiring Athletes: MLB Edition

posted by Chad Bonham

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With the All-Star Game a few days away, I thought it might be a good time to catch you up on some of the baseball interviews you may have missed these past couple of months since Inspiring Athletes was launched. This is just a small sampling of what you can continue to find here every week.

Jay Bell (retired Arizona second baseman)

Lance Berkman (St. Louis outfielder)

Matt Diaz (Pittsburgh outfielder)

Zach Duke (Arizona pitcher)

Torii Hunter (LA Angels outfielder)

Clint Hurdle (Pittsburgh manager)

Justin Masterson (Cleveland pitcher)

Andy Pettitte (retired NY Yankees pitcher)

Albert Pujols (St. Louis first baseman)

Denard Span (Minnesota outfielder)

Mark Teixeira (NY Yankees first baseman)

Keep checking back for more great interviews coming up in the near future including Auburn head football coach Gene Chizik, former NASCAR driver and current broadcaster Kyle Petty, and Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy.

To stay up with the latest from Inspiring Athletes, please follow me on Twitter and for you music fans out there, don’t forget to take a look at my Christian music blog Whole Notes where you can check out interviews with Hillsong United, Blindside, Switchfoot, Owl City and much more.

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